Student or Learner
"If you would have done your job. If you would have protected him. If you would have stopped the fifth column,the way you were supposed to, maybe dad would be alive now."
I've been hearing "would have" or "could have" in if clauses from tome to time.
However, while 'if you will...' and 'if you would...' are not uncommon with this meaning, 'if you would have ...' is. We tend, in BrE at least, to change the wording to something like 'if you had been willing to ...' when we wish to convey this idea.
I would advise learners not to use this form.
Not a professional ESL teacher.